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Arrest made in Oregon mosque arsonupdated: Thu Aug 25 2011 13:24:00

Federal authorities have arrested a man in connection with the firebombing of an Oregon Islamic center, the U.S. attorney's office said Thursday.

SI.com: Kirk Kenney: Previewing the Super Regionalsupdated: Fri Jun 10 2011 12:38:00

As if reaching the College World Series wasn't incentive enough, there was an added element for team's competing in last year's Super Regionals: playing at historic, 63-year-old Rosenblatt Stadium in its last turn as host of the CWS. This year it's about being among the eight teams to christen new TD Ameritrade Park in downtown Omaha, Neb. There are plenty of other intriguing storylines across the country as the best-of-three Regionals begin this weekend, highlighted by South Carolina's quest to return to defend its title; the Dallas Baptist vs. Cal matchup assuring that a No. 3 seed advances; and the Texas vs. Arizona State series assuring that a program steeped in tradition makes it back once again.

Oregon prison on lockdown after fightsupdated: Sun Apr 24 2011 22:45:00

The Oregon State Penitentiary was on lockdown Sunday night after a series of fights broke out during the day, a prison spokeswoman said.

Teens doing better: Why don't adults believe it?updated: Wed Apr 20 2011 12:46:00

Do you think young people today act more or less responsibly than in years past?

SI.com: Newton, Mallett ready for Pro Day auditions on Tuesdayupdated: Tue Mar 08 2011 03:17:00

With the NFL Combine since passed, the next phase of talent evaluation -- Pro Days -- kicks into high gear on Tuesday. This week, contingents from all 32 NFL teams will visit SEC West programs Auburn, Alabama, Arkansas and Mississippi State to work out draft-eligible players.

Climate project calls for citizen scientistsupdated: Thu Dec 09 2010 09:52:00

An international team of climate scientists is calling on the public to help with a new initiative aimed at predicting how the climate will change during the 21st century.

Sushi eatery accused of selling whale to closeupdated: Sat Mar 20 2010 02:52:00

A trendy California sushi restaurant says it's closing after being accused of serving illegal whale meat.

SI.com: Andy Glockner: Notre Dame in the clear for NCAAs after win; Memphis hurtingupdated: Fri Mar 12 2010 02:07:00

Andy Glockner will offer a full edition of the Bubble Watch each morning, then provide updates as the action plays out. Check back throughout the day for ongoing bubble analysis. All times are ET.

SI.com: George Dohrmann: Cal aims to end regular season strong in down year for Pac-10updated: Wed Feb 24 2010 14:43:00

Cal is on the cusp of its first Pac-10 title in 50 years, and yet when the Bears face Arizona on Thursday night at Haas Pavilion there is a decent chance that the game won't be a sellout.

SI.com: Seth Davis: Pac-10 may be down, but it offers fascinating conference title raceupdated: Tue Jan 12 2010 15:02:00

Bashing the Pac-10 has been a sport within a sport this season, but I'm here to tell you something that may surprise you: This is going to be the most fascinating race inside any of the big six conferences.

Group to focus on saving amphibiansupdated: Fri Aug 28 2009 04:52:00

The world has a new alliance to save vanishing frogs, toads and salamanders.

SI.com: Luke Winn: Can Cal keep up with Kansas and UNC? Patrick Christopher has no doubtupdated: Tue Aug 25 2009 19:04:00

The latest subject in our Hoops Q&A series is Cal's Patrick Christopher, a senior from Compton, Calif. The 6-foot-5 guard averaged 14.5 points and 3.8 rebounds last season for the Golden Bears, who finished tied for third in the Pac-10 and lost to Maryland in the first round of the NCAA tournament. The following is an edited transcript of our conversation:

Report: Coral almost as genetically complex as humansupdated: Fri May 29 2009 02:14:00

Advances in the study of coral in the last few years has led a group of scientists to conclude that corals almost rival humans in their genetic complexity and their relationship to algae is key to their survival.

Study: Humidifiers may help fight fluupdated: Wed Feb 11 2009 11:57:00

The cold, dry air of winter can give you chapped lips, cracked hands, and now, a study suggests, a better chance of getting the flu. A new analysis of previous data shows that in low-humidity conditions, the influenza virus is more likely survive, possibly giving it a better shot at spreading from person to person and making its way to you.

Make over your weight-loss resolutionsupdated: Wed Dec 24 2008 10:37:00

Amid pink slips and plummeting stocks, 2009 may not be shaping up to be the year you hoped for. But one thing you do still have some control over is your body. So put your stress on the shelf and resolve to focus on you come January 1. To help you out, here are some experts' tips for turning last year's failed resolution into something stable for the future and who couldn't use a little more stability?

Michelle Obama: My husband will be 'extraordinary president'updated: Tue Aug 26 2008 01:44:00

Michelle Obama took center stage at the Democratic National Convention on Monday night, stressing her love for the nation and making her case for why her husband should be the next president.

Praise for Michelle Obamaupdated: Tue Aug 26 2008 01:44:00

CNN contributor Amy Holmes praised Michelle Obama's speech and talked about Sen. John McCain's ad campaign.

Time.com: On Scene: Georgia's Ravaged Capitalupdated: Tue Aug 12 2008 13:00:00

The Russian advance may have halted, but the country is held in fear, with its economy set back and refugees left on the road

Time.com: Did Insects Kill the Dinosaurs?updated: Thu Jan 10 2008 18:00:00

Two new studies throw some doubt into the conventional wisdom of what the Earth was like when dinosaurs roamed it

Time.com: Becoming a Statisticupdated: Tue Sep 18 2007 18:00:00

As police and lawmakers continue the fight against substance abuse, researchers are working on new ways to gauge America's addictions

Scientists: Prehistoric volcanoes heated Earthupdated: Fri Apr 27 2007 09:27:00

Ancient volcanoes may have caused a dramatic warming of the Earth's atmosphere that raised sea temperatures and killed off many marine species, resulting in a "planetary emergency," U.S. and European scientists said Thursday.

Researchers spend year at ends of Earthupdated: Tue Mar 27 2007 09:37:00

During International Polar Year, scientists from more than 60 countries are working at the far ends of the Earth, looking for clues about climate change, weather forecasting, even cures for diseases.

CNNMoney: Shrink your energy billsupdated: Mon Dec 27 2004 09:55:00

Nearly 30 years have passed since the first oil crisis gave Americans an indelible lesson in energy deprivation.

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